After Donald Trump was arrested in Atlanta on more than a dozen criminal counts, his mug shot was made public on Thursday night.
Trump's arrest photograph quickly rose to the status of one of the most recognizable photos of any president.
According to Fulton County Jail records, Trump with a serious pose, who has the inmate number P01135809, was seen staring at the camera in the mug photo.
The image depicted yet another unique instant for Trump, who did not have to submit to a photograph when making appearances in his three other criminal cases.
According to the CNN, “Trump’s mug shot – stark in its simplicity in a way that must surely grate for an ex-reality star for whom image is everything – is a metaphor for an election in which the potential Republican nominee and possible next president is facing 91 criminal charges across four cases.”
Further, the former president of America returned to his X account after the suspension of two years.
The former US president was blocked on X due to the charges of his alleged involvement in inciting the supporters to attack Congress on January 6, 2021.
The 77-year-old posted his mug shot on former Twitter with the caption, “Never Surrender" and a campaign website link.
On his Truth Social platform he penned, “They purposely show the absolutely worst pictures of me, especially the big 'orange' one with my chin pulled way back."
Trumps’s followers and opponents couldn’t hold their reactions to his photo.
"We want to put it on a T-shirt. It will go worldwide. It will be a more popular image than the Mona Lisa," said Laura Loomer a Republican former congressional candidate.
The other Democratic voter stated, “He looks very angry, which frankly I find refreshing! He always has a very smug, satisfied look on his face. He's tough but I can see this appears to hurt him within. I do believe it will help his ratings and backfire, though!”
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